Dries Phlypo

Dries Phlypo

Producer dries@aprivateview.be +32 9 240 10 00 +32 477 46 44 47

Dries Phlypo (° 1977) is producer and managing director of A Private View. In 2004 he joined the company as a line producer on MOSCOW, BELGIUM (2008), A PERFECT MATCH (2007) and LONG WEEKEND (2005). Subsequently, together with screenwriter/producer Jean-Claude van Rijckeghem, he produced six features, including ZAGROS by Sahim Omar Kalifa (2017, Grand Prix FilmFest Ghent), VINCENT AND THE END OF THE WORLD by Christophe Van Rompaey, (2016, Best Comedy Nom – EFA), BRASSERIE ROMANTIQUE by Joël Vanhoebrouck (2012) and OXYGEN by Hans Van Nuffel (2011, Best Discovery – EFA). Dries co-produced more than 25 international features, including DIRTY GOD (2019) and ZURICH (2015) by Sacha Polak, COBAIN (2017) by Nanouk Leopold, BLOOD, SWEAT AND TEARS (2015) by Diederick Koopal, COUPLE IN A HOLE (2015) by Tom Geens and many others. He produced five shorts: ROMANCE by Douglas Boswell, MOMENT DE GLOIRE by Hendrik Moonen, the Oscar nominated TANGHI ARGENTINI by Guido Thys, the Oscar-nominated NA WEWE by Ivan Goldschmidt and the Oscar shortlisted BAD HUNTER by Sahim Omar Kalifa.

Dries also focuses on producing television series. AMIGOS (10 episodes, 2015) was created and written by Jean-Claude van Rijckeghem and Pierre De Clercq and directed by Kadir Balci and Hendrik Moonen. Dries also produced the animated series RUSTY with Lemming Film. In order to further his focus on TV content, he founded Mockingbird Productions in 2017 together with Bruno Wyndaele and Jean-Claude van Rijckeghem. They are in development of the animated series MISTER PAPER and the drama series A GOOD YEAR.

Dries will continue to produce feature films with A Private View. THE BEST OF DORIEN B. by Anke Blondé worldpremiered at Rotterdam Filmfestival in February 2019 and is ready for domestic release in September 2019. The family feature MY DAD IS A SAUSAGE by Anouk Fortunier will be shot in summer 2019.

He is a board member of the Flemish producers’ association (VOFTP) and in 2010 he joined Les Ateliers Du Cinema Européen (ACE).